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Here are 5 great tips on how to successfully balance being a CEO and...

So what happens when you’re CEO of a busy company who also has a dream of pursuing their ‘hobby’? How can you balance the two, be great at both and not burn out in the process?

Many Hands wants to help you do good the next time you buy art

Many Hands wants to help you do good the next time you buy art. With more social enterprises appearing on the scene, it seems like...

Redbubble bursts with creativity and proves that art brings in the dough.

Successful entrepreneurs truly come from all walks of life, and you really don’t need to be a techie. Need a real-life example to inspire...

Once a terrible employee, she’s now an innovative entrepreneur revolutionising the arts world

Juliet Rosser was a self-described “terrible employee” in her past career. However, after making the life-changing decision to work for herself, she has found...

Every factory production line should be as musical as this at Christmas [VIDEO]

The Alphabet Photography company does two things really well. Firstly, it frames art that is made up of letters of the alphabet, hence the company name. Secondly, it comes up with brilliant Christmas videos as a part of its content marketing strategy. This year's effort is quite delightful.

Meet Bay & Fyfe, Anthill 2012 Cool Company Award Finalist [Micro Business Category]

Awesomely Australian are the words that spring to mind when it comes to qualify the coolness of Bay & Fyfe. The company takes the artwork of Aussie artist Daimon Downey and applies it to lush silk scarves. The result? An artistic statement to wear round your neck that is basically an Australian exclusive. Cool points? Cha-ching!

Salty Banksy goodness: skills, method and medium [VIDEO]

Normally when we say something is a little salty at Anthill, we're referring to the use of certain, shall we say, creative words. Words that may make your mum blush; or they may not. It depends on your mum. But in this video, salt takes on a whole new meaning. It becomes the most astonishing artistic medium.

Create your own Jackson Pollock-like artwork by simply tracking your mouse movement over time

You don't have to be a fragile artist to produce a masterpiece like this. Simply install IOGraph and get on with your normal computer business. After a while, open the software and save your visual tracking abstraction for others to admire.

This should hang on every entrepreneur’s wall

From the wonderfully verdant mind of entrepreneurial illustrator Hugh MacLeod, author of Ignore Everybody (listed among Amazon's Top 10 Editor's Picks for Best Business Books 2009), comes this print worthy of hanging on any entrepreneur's wall.

This should hang on every entrepreneur's wall

From the wonderfully verdant mind of entrepreneurial illustrator Hugh MacLeod, author of Ignore Everybody (listed among Amazon's Top 10 Editor's Picks for Best Business Books 2009), comes this print worthy of hanging on any entrepreneur's wall.

The history of pretty much everything, one page at a time

Seventeen-year-old art student Jamie Bell created this stop-motion clip using biros, about 50 jotter books and 2100 pages. It took him three weeks, but it was worth it – he received full marks from his teacher. (And us.)

Autistic savant draws Manhattan panorama from memory after one helicopter ride

Wiltshire was at it again this week when US television network CBS sponsored him to draw an 18 foot panorama of New York from memory after taking a 20-minute helicopter ride over the city. The whole process was documented in television segments and on a dedicated website that includes articles, photos, video footage and even a live ustream video feed.

Artist turns you into a one-off action figure doll on demand

If you find that you can't get enough of yourself, why not have a totally unique polymer clay doll created in your likeness? Sculpted by Cyndi Safstrom and made to order.

Scenes from a market meltdown – then a hypnotic interlude (yin and yang)

Two videos for you today. The first is real news footage from the 1929 stock market crash on Wall Street. The second, in stark contrast, is a delightfully hypnotic video of scenes from Sydney harbour.

Gallery Celebrates ‘Debt’

We simply love situations where business, art and culture collide.

Gallery Celebrates 'Debt'

We simply love situations where business, art and culture collide.

This is what happens when you start laying off Arts graduates

Some unusual signs have begun appearing taped to lampposts and other streetside objects in Melbourne's trendy St Kilda/Chapel Street areas. The efforts of a deranged man named Craig in search of meaning in a troubled world? Unlikely. But this is what we should expect when people with liberal arts degrees have too much time on their hands.

Website of the Week: Lost At E Minor

Something a bit different this week. At Anthill, we're keen advocates of great design as a gateway to untapped creativity. We place immense emphasis on...

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